Established by Royal Charter in 1841, Queen’s Theological College is a Testamur-granting institution affiliated with The United Church of Canada and a fully-accredited member of the Association of Theological Schools in Canada and the United States.
A three-year program designed to prepare students for leadership responsibilities within congregations and other settings.
The goals of the degree are the development of theological wisdom, pastoral skills and spiritual growth through a deeper understanding of one’s religious heritage, critical engagement with the cultural context and reflective practice on the experiences of Christian life and ministry.
A two-year degree program in the academic study of theology, intended to deepen an understanding of the Christian life and witness, and is often a first step towards further graduate studies.
The goals of the Master of Theological Studies program are to develop a critical understanding of scripture, tradition and theology and acquire knowledge of selected theological disciplines, and skills in research and communication.